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Valley Heights Jr./Sr. High Receives the Confidence in Public Education Task Force Award

Valley Heights Jr./Sr. High School has been recognized by the Confidence in Public Education Task Force with two Certificate of Merit Awards for 11th Grade Reading and Math. This award recognizes schools for outstanding achievement . . . read more

Valley Heights Jr./Sr. High Achieves Building Wide Standard of Excellence Again!

September 19, 2012

As released by the Kansas State Board of Education on September 19, 2012 Valley Heights Jr./Sr. High has been honored with the distinction of "Building Wide" Standard of Excellence in Reading and Math for the second year in a row. . . . read more

iPad Update

As the end of the nine weeks approaches, I would like to take a minute to update you on the iPad initiative. Based on my observations and expectations, I believe the iPad initiative is progressing ahead of schedule. We have been extremely . . . read more

Bronze Award-National Recognition

  Valley Heights Jr./Sr. High School has been recognized nationally by receiving the 2012 National Bronze Medal Award as one of the top High Schools in Kansas and the nation by US News and World Report. . . . read more

iPad-Parent and Student Information

iPad Initiative I am very excited the Superintendent and the Board of Education has supported an iPad initiative for all 9-12 students at Valley Heights Jr./Sr. High School.  This initiative will provide many positive educational . . . read more

Tell Someone

Tell Someone!   Valley Heights has implemented an anti-bullying program called Olweus (Ol-VEY-us) to prevent and address bullying issues as they occur in our buildings.  We do realize that bullying is going to occur and we . . . read more

USD 498 Student Accident Insurance Policy

  Continuing with the 2012-13 school year, our district policy will utilize a deductible format.  If a student is injured, the parents' insurance is utilized first.  After that, the parents are responsible for $3500 of any . . . read more

Mentoring Program Handbook 12-13

August 16, 2012

12-13 USD # 498 Mentoring Program read more

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